edgesblurring:

misschrisdaae:

starkidkilljoy:

on a scale of “I’m gonna wash that man right out of my hair” to “Cell Block Tango” how bad was your break up

"All I Ask of You Reprise"

shit

notgoodnotnicejustright:

favorite musicals ↳ a gentleman’s guide to love and murder

For those of you of weaker constitution
For those of you who may be faint of heart
This is a tale of revenge and retribution
So if you’re smart
Before we start
You’d best depart

enjoly:

newsies is a trap. it lures you in with cute tap dancing boys and then rips your heart out into 1000 pieces and leaves them scattered around the nederlander.

alittlefallofrain:

"-I wish you’d come with me."

livin-the-riviera-life:

octoberdean:

ok but Hadley Fraser is one slamin’ Raoul i mean look at him image

he may look like a rejected member of mcr but im loving it

My Chemical Raoulmance

Hey Manhattan, the cavalry’s comin’!

romulanhawk:

Girls supporting girls.

Girls building each other up.

Girls helping girls in need.

Girls encouraging and inspiring each other

Older girls protecting and teaching younger girls.

 (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

Crush the idea of girls bitchy/catty to each other. 

carlmullaney:

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN! Spread the word and join us today!

special thanks to ohfantine for this wonderful graphic.

Live theatre. A gorgeous thing, isn’t it? Musicals and plays, from all over the world. A dream of a few hours, or one of a life. There’s a lot of things to love about theatre. Wonderful scores, amazing actors, feelings, or simply forgetting the world we live in for a little. And a theatre fan, there’s a lot one can do. Collect cast recordings or bootlegs to discover productions from the other side of the world, collect memorabilia, discuss it, discuss acting choices, dream of one day being on stage, and, of course, watch shows sometimes. And it’s great truly, as, after all, this gives a thing in common to people everywhere on this planet.

But, hey, what’s that network? Oh, just a little thing to unite theatre fans everywhere. For those who adore seeing a musical (or a play, after all, both are nice), whether it’s in the West End, in Germany, on Broadway, in Japan or Hungary. Just a few theatre scenes at the top of my head. A network to unite people, find a little group of people with that one thing in common with you, who are always willing to discover new stage works. In a few bullet points…

This network is for you if:

  • You like theatre (Duh!), no matter what your favorite scene is, or what your native language is.
  • You’re willing to discover new shows, with the help of the people you’ll meet in there.
  • Want to make friends, and follow some rad theatre blogs.

Oh, sounds just like me! And how do I get in?

  • You’ll have to follow the network blog, where further news will be posted, as well as my blog, and promise you’ll follow some of the other blogs in there. 
  • Be willing to use the tumblr tagging system to tag triggers, or things the others might not want to see.
  • Reblog this post!
  • And fill in this little survey. Because I’m quite curious.

Cool, done, and then what?

  • Then, we’ll start picking people for the network! Sounds fun right? That will start on the fifth of August, or if the post reaches 100 reblogs before that (which probably won’t happen)
  • You’ll be notified through ask, and on the theatrenetwork blog about being accepted. 
  • Once accepted, you’ll join the theatrenetwork sideblog, as well as a ‘secret one’, where you’ll be able to talk to other members
  • Again, once accepted, we’ll ask you to have a link to the network on your blog.
  • Oh, and to track the tag ‘theatrenet’, where you’ll be allowed to post about theatre, plays, musicals, and to post gifsets, graphics and fanfics related to that. 
  • And then, we’ll start setting up little things, whether for the whole group (bootleg/movie musical watching, group critique of cast recordings for example) or help you set up smaller things to exchange with specific members of the group (for example, let’s say we have two POTO fans, one in Hamburg, one in London? How about you two trade programmes from the productions around your place?)
  • Then, again, it’ll only be a beginning! We can find hundreds of things to do, once we all got to know each other and that network is set up!

So, here you go friends, this is why you should apply today to this darling INTERNATIONAL THEATRE NETWORK. - Lottie

"Pardine! I’m not afraid. I shall be hungry this summer, and I shall be cold this winter. Aren’t they ridiculous, these ninnies of men, to think they can scare a girl! What! Scare? Oh, yes, much! Because you have finical poppets of mistresses who hide under the bed when you put on a big voice, forsooth! I ain’t afraid of anything, that I ain’t!"

– Éponine Thénardier, for Anonymous

"When they handed me
the instruments of my
imprisonment
was it by my doing
or theirs
that I submitted
and believed in my
own inadequacies?
These bars are made of
their words but I forged
and set them
myself."
LIKE for skeletons, REBLOG for gay communist skeletons, IGNORE for boys

namenloses-schatten:

charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

LESBIAN MERMAIDS

LESBIAN MERMAIDS

klainechel:

real talk tangled is better than frozen